Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation Issues

Knowledgeable Counsel from a Houston Lawyer

If you’re a divorced parent that believes your co-parent is deliberately trying to harm your relationship with your children, it may mean that your co-parent is participating in what is known as parental alienation. Texas courts want to see parents that are ready to encourage their child’s relationship with the other parent after a divorce. When the opposite occurs, legal remedies may be needed.

If you believe that your co-parent is guilty of parental alienation, then it is recommended that you speak to legal counsel immediately. The dedicated team of Houston attorneys at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC understands that, even after a divorce, some parents continually face sensitive matters and legal challenges like parental alienation. Their team is ready to assess your case and, if necessary, seek swift and decisive solutions on your behalf.

Get effective legal advocacy by your side during this difficult time. Call the firm today.

Signs of Parental Alienation

Parental alienation can be sometimes difficult for parents to identify. Divorce is almost always a significant transition for children and it’s normal for a family to experience some temporary changes in its internal relationships. However, there are telltale signs that, if consistent and pronounced over time, can be indicative of a deliberate attempt to hinder a child’s relationship with one parent.

Common indicators that child has experienced parental alienation include:

These are just some of the many signs that parental alienation has occurred. Often times, these cases require the expertise of a family or child psychologist to help substantiate any wrongdoing. The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC is ready to work with proven experts in the field and ensure that your case has the resources it needs to be resolved as quickly and favorably as possible.

Don’t hesitate to explore your legal options. Request a free case evaluation with the team today.

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